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Watch Seth Rogen Hilariously Try to Sell Vaseline to Ellen DeGeneres

"So like it's a holiday gift?"

If Seth Rogen ever decides to get out of the acting business, he may have a career as a salesman in his future. The Sausage Party star showed off his marketing chops on Friday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, delivering a hilarious spiel for Vaseline to the host.

Tasked with endorsing a mystery product during a segment called “Pitch, Please,” Rogen got a slew of laughs from the studio audience with comments such as, “I’d keep it in my living room because I want it handy,” and, “I think mostly kids will probably like it.”

The bit was intended to help promote Rogen’s charity, Hilarity for Charity, which raises awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and provides grants for those who can’t afford in-home care.

Watch the full clip below.

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